I have tried all of your products (I have ordered the digestive enzymes from Amazon as well) and I continue to deal with digestive issues.

I have tried all of your products (I have ordered the digestive enzymes from Amazon as well) and I continue to deal with digestive issues.

Question:

Hello - I have tried all of your products (I have ordered the digestive enzymes from Amazon as well) and I continue to deal with digestive issues. I have sometimes severe stomach bloating, constipation that has not improved at all since taking your product. I listened to your podcast with Ben Greenfield where you promised to stand behind your product and work with anyone that was not seeing significant improvements in digestive health. Please help. I took all of them as suggested on the bottles for the duration. Once finished, I reordered the digestive enzymes and have been taking them as suggested as well. I have been back on them for about 2 weeks, but I am still dealing with a lot of stomach issues, as mentioned.


Wade's Response:

Thanks so much for reaching out. This is highly unusual that you haven’t experienced relief from your symptoms. If it’s okay I have a few questions to ask you to better serve you. What products are you taking specifically? What are the dosages you are taking? What’s your age, your diet, level and quality of water consumption? Have you had any surgeries in the past? How long have you suffered from the conditions you mentioned. With this information I may better serve you. And if by some change we can’t fix your situation we’ll refund your money.

Customer's response:


Currently I am only taking the digestive enzymes, however I had originally ordered the P3-OM, Digestive Enzymes, Gluten Guardian and HCL, however I finished all of the other products and only reordered the digestive enzymes. I took all of the products as advertised on the bottle. With the digestive enzymes, I typically take two in the morning on an empty stomach, (3) at lunch (I skip breakfast) (2) before dinner and 2-3 after dinner. I'm 31 years old, very active (workout, typically strength training, although I recently ran a half marathon for fun :)). I had been using a cyclical ketogenic/low carbohydrate diet, however due to some additional health issues/concerns (hormones/thyroid) I've added significant carbohydrates back into my diet. I typically drink a minimum of 1 gallon of water, often more. I'm not sure how to answer the "quality" of water, but I never drink out of a tap. It's always bottled and/or run through a minimum of a water filter from a refrigerator. I have never had any surgeries related to my stomach. This has been an on-going issues for years. Historically, I dealt with a lot more constipation. Recently, I've been wavering between constipation and diarrhea. Most recently, I have been having considerable diarrhea/stomach cramps, at times sever.
Please let me know if you need anything else to help. I'm more focused on finding a solution rather than a refund.


Wade's Response:

It sounds like your diet might not be suiting your needs. Have you done genetic testing or epigenetics. Are you using keto salts or keto esters which can upset the stomach?

Customer's Response:

Thank you for your response. I have done 23 and me, and also have pushed those results through other engineers like DNAfit. I don’t recall seeing any specific foods or diet types that were not a good fit for me, but it’s possible I didn’t interpret things properly. Does Wade offer health coaching/consulting services? I am not currently taking any type of Keto ester or salt. Thanks,
Wade's Response: Right now I’m not taking on any new clients but my ND Katrine Volynsky is who can be reached at livepurenow@gmail.com. She works with complicated conditions and will likely be able to ascertain what’s going on. While I cannot give medical advice I would examine a few things; Drink 4 liters of filtered water per day, Eliminate carbonated drinks, lectins, caffeine and fried foods, make sure your getting enough HCL after each meal. The way out of these situation is generally to go on what’s called an elimination diet where you only eat the foods that don’t cause a response in your body. Then gradually test various foods 1 by one until you figure out which foods agree with your body. While that’s the most cost effective way, it’s a little slow and doesn’t have professional guidance. That’s why a good ND will be of service because it’s possible you’re dealing with a parasite which is the source of challenges and the only way to figure that out is to get tested. As for your supplements we’re happy to refund your money. Wishing you the best of health in 2019